Domain name Server cache popularly known as DNS cache, contains entries that translate internet domain names to IP addresses.
This becomes poisoned or polluted when unauthorized domain names or IP are inserted into it, thereby
redirecting clients to malicious sites or servers.
So to flush it.
STEP 1= click on start button, at SEARCH PROGRAM FILES bar(for
windows 7), or click on SEARCH(for XP) and type COMMAND
PROMPT, then click on it to open command prompt window.
STEP 2= Then type this code: ipconfig/flushdns
Press enter key on your keyboard.
This message will display:
Window IP configuration
Successfully flushed the DNS resolved cache.
Now you are through.
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